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giants. joining me the commissioner of major league baseball, mr. bud selig. the president and ceo, baird, and bruce bochy. here to present the trophy, mr. bud selig. >> thank you, erin. congratulations, seventh world championship for the giants, second in three years. getting used to this now. you had a remarkable postseason. you kept coming back, coming back. remarkable world series. so bruce, brian, larry, congratulations on behalf of major league baseball to you. you are a marvelous club and all the fans of the san francisco giants. congratulations. >> commissioner, thanks so much. larry, we talked about this when we had your last trophy ceremony. what kind of adversity this team came back from being down. what about the fact that they were able to just sweep the detroit tigers? >> well, it was incredible, erin. i think there was a lot of life lessons learned by the odyssey of the 2012 giants. we overcame a lot of challenges and adversity during the year and six elimination games. we learned never to give up. they have incredible heart and the fans of san francisco behind them and the
baseball commissioner bud selig, will clark the ceo of the san francisco giants larry baer, and they decided that some of the biggest giants fans of all happen to be veterans of all eras. so they came today one on one, handshakes, meeting and greeting the people who fought for our country. they are going to have a special ceremony tonight for baseball veterans who served for the united states, tommy lasorda jerry coleman another big baseball legend and also going to have a show narrated by tom brokaw called the greatest generation, all this support, game 2 at at&t park before first pitch a very special ceremony for a local veteran here in the bay area. so it was a marvelous day. bud selig told us an interesting stat today. you know we have been talking about pablo sandoval making history last night with three home runs? >> sure. >> he said nobody is talk about the fact he broke another record. he is the only one to do it in three at-bats, three consecutive at-bats. >> three consecutive at-bats or one, two, three, right out of the chute? i'm not sure. >> one two three right
baseball, mr. bud selig. the president and ceo, baird, and bruce bochy. here to present the trophy, mr. bud selig. >> thank you, erin. congratulations, seventh world championship for the giants, second in three years. getting used to this now. you had a remarkable postseason. you kept coming back, coming back. remarkable world series. so bruce, brian, larry, congratulations on behalf of major league baseball to you. you are a marvelous club and all the fans of the san francisco giants. congratulation >> commissioner, thanks so much. larry, we talked about this when we had your last trophy ceremony. what kind of adversity this team came back from being down. what about the fact that they were able to just sweep the detroit tigers? >> well, it was incredible, erin. i think there was a lot of life lessons lear
to distract him until this morning. >> does bud selig ring a bell? >> yes that. >> what is who came to visit today along with retired greats will clark part of a program to say thanks to american veterans everywhere. >> there you go. thank you for your service. >> when you think what neems have done, sacrifices made for us, this country, we want to properly honor them to do as much as we can. >> here is the world series baseball for you. >> thank you. >> to for denise this felt like a dream, one minute she's feeling bad. the next she's got a baseball that is signed by all of them. took talk about a state visit being symbolic? this would be it. >> i'm honored they interviewed me. this is a good thing for me. >> can you blame me? >> talk about being star struck there are all kinds of stars in the stadium. among them, united states marine corporal nicholas kimmel. probably not a household name but he lost both arms, i'm sorry. both legs and his left arm if afghanistan. he threw out the first pitch tonight. there is a paramedic in los angeles nearly beaten to death before the start of the first
:00, giants fans are celebrating. up 2-0 in the world series. we'll hear from them next. >> kristen: bud selig are urging a's fans to have patience. >> and milestone bart is celebrating in the construction of the long-awaited extension to san jose. >>. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney. a school dealing with a second tragedy with discovery of high school student's body. >>> also the highway patrol agrees to lend some of the
. >> come on, bud selig let's talk about that. >>> let's talk about the weather because it's beautiful out there. and i hope you can get outside and take advantage of it because we've got some tremendous changes coming by the time we get to sunday. that redskins' game it's a home one. oh if they were playing today they'd be happy because it is gorgeous. friday night football. gorgeous for the high schoolers. 81 at 3:00. we're going up to about 83 today with a 5:00 p.m. temperature of 80. now this evening, it's going to be nice. clear skies. maybe a couple of clouds late. temperature by 9:00 70. we'll be in the low 60s by tomorrow morning here in town. with 50s once again in the suburbs. so enjoy it. look at the satellite and radar. nothing near us. had a couple of showers in northwestern ohio. that's ahead of that strong cold front i'm expecting here tomorrow afternoon. but we're already well up in the 70s. mid 70s in the shenandoah valley although hagerstown is 71. fredericksburgsburg tappahannock 79. you're in d.c. 79 degrees. look outside on our michael & son weather camera. not a cloud
wilson had only daytime television to distract him. until this morning. >> bud selig run a bell. >> yes. >>reporter: well twhees came to visit today. commissioner of baseball along with larry bear of the giants and retired clark and perry as part of a program to say thanks to american veterans everywhere. >> there you go. >> there you go. >> thanks. have a good day. >> thank you for all your service. >> when you think these people have done and sacrifices they have made for us, for this country, we want to properly honor them. do as much as we can. >> here's world series baseball for you. >> oh, thank you sir. >>reporter: every patient on the ward professed to love baseball but for denise this felt more like a dream. 1 minute feeling bad and the next she has a baseball signed by will clark larry bear gaylord perry and bud selig. state visit symbolic one. this would be it. >> i'm honored that they interviewed me. i love being in the military. it was a good thing for me. >>reporter: pretty good day all around for patients and staff alike. >> i'm so star struck. can you blame m
the scene from last night with larry bayer and there is bud selig, the commissioner giving l keep tracking giants and their tour through the city. >> as soon as they make it close. we'll take you back to at and t park. right now to our continuing coverage of hurricane sandy. >> the national guard is on the move to help. 88 left today from moffett field they're head together east coast after the storm pushes through. that unit is pushing up two planes with choppers and water boats it will deploy from charlotte, north carolina. thousands of flights have been cancelled because of hurricane sandy, that is stranding travelers here in the bay area. >> david louie joins us live from san francisco international airport with more, david? >> the question is closing down those airports... the word cancelled appeared all over the boards, some airlines set up areas just to handle paengss. dr. evans and the family saw their flight cancelled yesterday. he has cancer patients scheduled for chemotherapy. >> only way to figure out how to get home before waens was to fly to st. louis through denver with a th
francisco to join together with the last closet to ask baseball commissioner bud selig to be the first major professional sports commissioner to grant an interview, urging professional baseball players to come out of the closet and provide the measures to support them. tomorrow morning, more than a million fans in our wonderfully diverse city and bay area will fill this plaza to celebrate and honor our team. almost every community will have a role model on the stage to look at and cheer, but one, the one in the last closet. with that in mind, supervisor campos and i will be introducing this resolution and my hope is every one of our colleagues on the board that is here today will add their name as co-sponsors to join the campaign to change that. the rest i'll submit. >> thank you, supervisor olague. supervisor cohen. >> thank you very much. good afternoon, san francisco. and colleague. i'll be brief today. today i'm introducing a resolution for the board to consider next week recognizing the 40th anniversary of the clean water act and our city's implementation of its federal regulation. as a
. >> kristen: major league baseball commissioner bud selig is trying to determine whether the oakland a's can move forward with plans to build a new ballpark in san jose. he is closely monitoring the situation whether the giants have territorial rights in san jose and put the matter on the front burner. he is meeting with a special committee to evaluate the issue. meanwhile, senator chuck reed and supervisors have been meeting to make sure there are no the any ballpark land disputes to slow down their efforts. >> eric: bart and fremont officials are celebrating a milestone as they mark the completion of a subway tunnel as part of a warm springs extension project. work has been taking place in fremont and san jose to bring bart to the south bay. people attending today's ceremony will take part in a ten minute walking tour of a segment of the tunnel located fremont central park and lake elizabeth. extension project is adding five and a half miles from the existing station south to a new station in the warm springs district. >> kristen: with the rain behind us we'll check in with mike nicco to s
. >> for president obama and for governor kaye. >> i'll take a more apolitical attack. bud selig and the powers that be in major league baseball. we had the debut of the one-game wild card playoff. baseball added an extra wild card this year. the very first game, the braves versus the cardinals, ended up being decided by a blown umpire's call in the eighth inning. and fans were throwing garbage on the field and it was a lousy error-ridden game to begin with. bud selig, this is a sign from the baseball gods, the one-game two wild card playoff is a terrible idea. you can't end baseball seasons with one-game playoffs unless the two teams actually have the same record. baseball isn't designed that way. i ask them to look at what happened last week, rethink this new strategy and come up with a different playoff format next year. and i'm not even a braves fan. i'm a completely -- >> if bud selig is watching -- >> he actually watches cnn all day. very strange. >> jessica, i know i have a brief amount of time, but drew brees, the saints won, please, whatever his wife cooked the night before, cook it ne
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